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Campuses will also be able to align high school and middle school athletic programs - a move that allows coaches to monitor team performance and program development. "Unfortunately, we're in a day and age where one might need to use them to protect ourselves and our kids". "We used no school dollars". Hong said, "This award is an indicator that we are succeeding at building a school where students and families feel cared for".
  • Ryan says Scalise backs McCarthy as next House speaker

    Ryan says Scalise backs McCarthy as next House speaker

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    While initially not a candidate to succeed the Ohio Republican, Ryan emerged as the consensus pick for speaker after House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy took himself out of the running. Several Republican lawmakers, who asked not to be named when discussing internal decisions, said potential leadership aspirants include current rank-and-file and some newer House members.
  • Lawmakers say Trump will look into trade talks

    Lawmakers say Trump will look into trade talks

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    Republican of Nebraska, said it was "good news" that the president had directed his economic adviser, Larry Kudlow , and his trade negotiator, Robert Lighthizer , to look into rejoining the deal. Back in June 2016, Trump claimed that the agreement was, in fact, " pushed by special interests who want to rape our country ". Ben Sasse , R-Neb., told Fox News as he left the White House.
  • Warner Bros. Has Just Released The New Trailer For OCEAN'S 8

    Warner Bros. Has Just Released The New Trailer For OCEAN'S 8

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    Like the first Ocean's movie, Debbie has ulterior motives, which involve a vaguely mentioned "incident" from years earlier, and Anne Hathaway's Daphne Kluger. Watch the new trailer below. The film is directed by Oscar nominee Gary Ross (" Seabiscuit ", " The Hunger Games "). Milk, Steven Soderbergh and Jon Kilik will produce with Michael Tadross, Susan Ekins, Sandra Bullock , Diana Alvarez and Bruce Berman executive producing.
  • For Insulting Saraki: Senate wants Omo-Agege suspended for 181 days

    For Insulting Saraki: Senate wants Omo-Agege suspended for 181 days

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    Senate President, Dr Bukuola Saraki haa asked the Supreme Court to dismiss the 18-count criminal charges of false assets declaration brought against him by the federal government. The group was formed in March by pro-Buhari senators after a face-off with their colleagues on the amendment to the electoral act. Counsel to the Senate President, Mr Kanu Agabi SAN told the court that the law was not followed in filing the case against his client.
  • High School Friends Club making a difference for students

    High School Friends Club making a difference for students

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    Arent said at the school board meeting he feels the staff and students can work together, however "we can do better". A rural school district in Pennsylvania also grabbed headlines last month for saying it would give buckets of river rocks to teachers to potentially ward off school shooters.
  • West weighs Syria raid, risks Russian Federation clash

    West weighs Syria raid, risks Russian Federation clash

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    Donald Trump warned on Wednesday that airstrikes are imminent in Syria, declaring missiles "will be coming". "Get ready Russian Federation, because they will be coming, nice and new and 'smart!' You shouldn't be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!" he added .
  • 'Proud' Mrs. David Vitter Won't Say Whether She Supports School Segregation

    'Proud' Mrs. David Vitter Won't Say Whether She Supports School Segregation

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    To view the full article, register now. At the same panel , she encouraged anti-abortion doctors to offer brochures claiming that abortion causes cancer-a statement for which there is no scientific evidence. Said Vitter: "Senator, I would suggest that that might be one of the most hard things a judge has to do, to make the conscious effort to set aside her own opinions and thoughts about what the outcome should be and base it exclusively on what the law is and what the facts are".
  • Palestinian Journalist Killed by Israeli Forces at Gaza Border

    Palestinian Journalist Killed by Israeli Forces at Gaza Border

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    A crack is heard and the man falls suddenly. At least 26 were killed during protests. Palestinian man Tamer Abu Daqqa, whose shooting by an Israeli sniper was captured on a leaked video, walks with crutches inside his home in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on April 11, 2018.
  • Many killed in suspected gas attack in Syria By

    Many killed in suspected gas attack in Syria By

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    The Russian-backed Syrian state denied government forces had launched any chemical attack as the reports began circulating and said the rebels were collapsing and fabricating news. But Jaish al-Islam rejected this, demanding to stay in Douma. Moscow also stepped in to negotiate a deal for Douma, the third and final pocket where Jaish al-Islam had been angling for a reconciliation agreement that would allow its members to remain as a police force.
  • Erdogan and Trump agree to stay in close touch on Syria

    Erdogan and Trump agree to stay in close touch on Syria

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    President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan hit out at worldwide investors on April 12, saying "no one could bring Turkey to heel using exchange rates", casting the recent sharp drop in the value of the Turkish Lira as a conspiracy by outside powers. Trump's posts on Twitter followed a warning from Moscow that the risk of a direct military clash between Russia and the United States in Syria "is higher than before", with a Russian envoy saying that USA missiles flying over the war-ravaged country would be ...
  • 2017 hurricane names Harvey, Irma, Maria and Nate have been permanently retired

    2017 hurricane names Harvey, Irma, Maria and Nate have been permanently retired

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    Otherwise, storm names are reused on a six-year cycle. Harvey, Irma, Maria and Nate are storm names that don't bear repeating. The U.N's World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Thursday it was retiring the names used for last year's four most destructive hurricanes and replacing them with Nigel , Harold, Idalia, and Margot to premier in the 2023 season.
  • Former doorman was paid $30K to keep quiet over Trump rumor

    Former doorman was paid $30K to keep quiet over Trump rumor

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    On Thursday morning, both The New Yorker and Associated Press ran tandem stories about how the famously Trump-friendly National Enquirer paid off a former Trump Tower doorman $30,000 for a "catch and kill" type of story alleging that Trump fathered an illegitimate child with an employee in the late '80s.
  • The Family Room: Run away and join the circus for a day

    The Family Room: Run away and join the circus for a day

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    Our thoughts go out to these handsome children. Child Protective Services tried to visit the family twice more, on March 26 and 27, but couldn't make contact, the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services said. He relayed a story about one of the children running into his daughter's home in August 2017 claiming she was being abused. Matt Lemus, the family's neighbor, said there has been no activity at the home since the family left on March 30.
  • Lawyers: Parkland shooting suspect wants to donate inheritance to victims

    Lawyers: Parkland shooting suspect wants to donate inheritance to victims

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    The teenager is now being held without bail in Broward County jail. The school board in Florida's Broward County - where 17 people died when a gunman opened fire February 14 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School - voted unanimously against accepting state money so that school personnel can be trained to carry guns on campus.
  • Imran announces to remove PTI members who sold votes during Senate elections

    Imran announces to remove PTI members who sold votes during Senate elections

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    Siraj Ahmad Khan was elected Member National Assembly from NA-6 Noushera-II. The resigning MNAs are Makhdum Khusro Bakhtyar (Rahim Yar Khan), Syed Asghar Ali Shah (Minchanabad, Bahawalnagar), Tahir Bashir Cheema (Bahawalnagar), Tahir Iqbal Chaudhry (Vehari), Rana Qasim Noon (Multan) and Basit Bokhari (Muzaffargarh), while Sumara Khan and Nasrullah Dareshak are the MPAs who quit the assembly.
  • Ex-FBI Director James Comey compared Trump to mob boss

    Ex-FBI Director James Comey compared Trump to mob boss

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    Comey was sacked by Trump a year ago, with the administration saying it stemmed from his handling of the investigation into Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's private email server, CNN reported. That contradicted a remark he made earlier when testifying that the President did not ask him to stop an investigation for political reasons. Mr. Trump fired Mr.
  • Risky high winds & extreme fire danger Thursday

    Risky high winds & extreme fire danger Thursday

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    Thursday is the transitional day to these warmer temperatures. Parts of the United Kingdom could enjoy highs of 22C (71.6F) as the temperature gradually climbs towards the weekend and into next week. Snow likely in the morning, with a chance of rain in the afternoon. Cloudy, with a high near 37. Winds will be sustained from the southwest today at 15 - 25 miles per hour.
  • Arkansas woman identified as 'Buckskin Girl' killed 36 years ago in Ohio

    Arkansas woman identified as 'Buckskin Girl' killed 36 years ago in Ohio

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    In December of 2008, the profile of "Buckskin Girl" as she became known was entered into the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs). "We've had a long journey to where we are today", Duchak said. It'so evident what attracted the Arkansas indigenous to this state, although she was known to have ties to the Pittsburgh and Louisville areas, based to Fox 1 9 now.
  • $175K bail for Tobago man on attempted murder charge

    $175K bail for Tobago man on attempted murder charge

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    The 19-year-old man was driving the vehicle and leaving the area at the time of the shooting. The 17-year-old male victim is said to be in critical condition by police, but no other details of his health have been released. Police declined to specify the type of instruments. About an hour later, officers located him on Jade Street in Makaha and arrested him on suspicion of four counts of first-degree terroristic threatening.
  • Protesters suspend quota reform demonstration

    Protesters suspend quota reform demonstration

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    Hasina's decision came after student protests spread across the nation like wildfire.Bangladesh provides quotas for women, tribal communities and ethnic minorities. The pages were replaced with a page that showed messages related to the quota reform along with a picture of the ongoing protest. The protectors grew in numbers today with chanting mobs of students' blocking major roads turning buses and private cars to a standstill throughout the day in Dhaka while police in riot gears kept a ...
  • Drinkwater to consider Chelsea exit; Monaco to pursue Bakayoko

    Drinkwater to consider Chelsea exit; Monaco to pursue Bakayoko

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    Chelsea's position could depend on their managerial situation, with Conte's reign seeming to come to a close and a question which players a successor will want. However, since swapping the King Power for Stamford Bridge just over seven months ago, Drinkwater has endured a challenging season, suffering a series of injuries which have limited him to just five league starts for the Blues .
  • Croatia First in European Union by Growth in Number of Citizenships Granted

    Croatia First in European Union by Growth in Number of Citizenships Granted

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    Nearly one million people obtained citizenship in a European Union country in 2016 and Italy was the State that granted most applications, Eurostat said on Monday. The number of citizenships granted fell in three member states in 2016, with the largest decrease in Ireland (from 13 565 to 10 038 or -26 per cent).
  • Chemical Weapons Body Backs UK Over Nerve-Agent Attack

    Chemical Weapons Body Backs UK Over Nerve-Agent Attack

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May said on March 12 that Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia had been poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent from the Novichok group of poisons, developed by the Soviet Union in the 1970s and 80s. Prime Minister Theresa May's government has said Russian Federation was known to have used Novichok, and pointed to the country's pattern of "reckless behaviour", including the annexation of Crimea.
  • CORBYN NIGHTMARE: Israeli Labor Party suspends ties with Corbyn

    CORBYN NIGHTMARE: Israeli Labor Party suspends ties with Corbyn

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    Almost eight years of Tory austerity have hit their incomes, their chance to buy a house and their career opportunities. "Labour wants to help young people make the most out of life by investing in them". Transport minister Nusrat Ghani branded Labour's new bus fares policy "yet another promise from Labour that they have no real ability to deliver".
  • Taj Mahal minaret collapses as heavy rain lashes Agra

    Taj Mahal minaret collapses as heavy rain lashes Agra

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    The Darwaza-e-Rauza is the royal gate that gives visitors the first view of the 17th century Mughal monument. No casualties were reported. The rain and thunderstorm lashed Agra and other cities of Uttar Pradesh including Kanpur, Mathura, Kannauj, Farukkhabad, Etawah and Mainpuri on Wednesday for almost 30 minutes and claimed three lives in Mathura district.
  • Parliament washout: Fasting for what?

    Parliament washout: Fasting for what?

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    Meanwhile, the Opposition party has termed the fast as "charade". The BJP didn't allow the parliament, the temple of democracy, to function when they were in the opposition and neither are they allowing it to function now when they are in power.
  • WeWork buys Chinese co-working company for $400M

    WeWork buys Chinese co-working company for $400M

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    The U.S. firm leases office space and rents it out to individuals and small companies. When WeWork opened our first location in Shanghai in 2016, our goal was to give Chinese businesses of all sizes the community, culture, and services to start and scale their operations and provide an environment that promotes innovation.
  • Wanted man returns to assault woman - Kingston Police

    Wanted man returns to assault woman - Kingston Police

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    A witness told police, however, that she saw the victim running away from Mann and Mann tearing the bag of clothes that she was carrying. A parent accidentally ran into her son in the drop-off area of the Port Charlotte High School parking lot this morning.
  • Trump To Wine And Dine GOP Leadership

    Trump To Wine And Dine GOP Leadership

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    On Tuesday afternoon, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders reiterated that the president "certainly believes he has the power" to fire Mueller. The president was asked why he won't fire Mueller, whose office referred the case involving Cohen to federal prosecutors in NY. Two Republicans ( Lindsey Graham of SC and Thom Tillis of North Carolina) and two Democrats ( Cory Booker of New Jersey and Chris Coon of Delaware) introduced the bill on Wednesday aimed at protecting ...
  • Baby born in China four years after parents died in auto crash

    Baby born in China four years after parents died in auto crash

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    The baby was born in December, though news of his birth was only reported by The Beijing News this week. The case was sparked because China does not have a legal precedent for the parents of couples inheriting their children's embryos. Eventually, the future grandparents worked with a surrogacy agency and decided on Laos, a country bordered by Thailand and Vietnam where commercial surrogacy was legal.
  • European Union asks Britain to not lower environmental standards after Brexit

    European Union asks Britain to not lower environmental standards after Brexit

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    The UK will be out of the single market, out of the EU's freedom of movement rules, and setting its own regulations on immigration, she said at a news conference in Copenhagen. Carolyn Fairbairn, CBI director general, said: "It's vitally important that negotiators understand the complexity of rules and the effects that even the smallest of changes can have".
  • Desi family missing in U.S. may have been washed away

    Desi family missing in U.S. may have been washed away

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    A family of four taking a West Coast road trip has vanished, and the disappearance coincides with a report of a vehicle sinking into Northern California's Eel River last week. The vehicle went into the water after pulling over into a turnout near Leggett and then going over the side, Wunderlich told the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat .
  • Recent Analyst Updates on Banco Santander

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    To measure up a particular stock trading system, it includes a key role of investment market called "Stock Analysis". Keep in mind you can't always rely on price-to-earnings ratios as the be-all-end-all yardstick in determining whether a company's stock is expensive.
  • Syrian government raises flag in Douma: Russian agencies

    Syrian government raises flag in Douma: Russian agencies

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    The Russian ministry says 1,500 left the town in the past 24 hours. The Syrian government has denied responsibility. The suburb suffered two months of ferocious bombardment by the Syrian military and by its Iranian and Russian allies, as the government of President Bashar Assad has retaken control of most of the region.
  • Xi's Upcoming Keynote Speech at Boao Forum Attracts Wide Media Attention

    Xi's Upcoming Keynote Speech at Boao Forum Attracts Wide Media Attention

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    President Duterte will once again be shaking hands with China President Xi Jinping in a reaffirmation of this close relationship at the Boao Forum where the Chinese leader will deliver the keynote speech. It is to be hoped that this year's BFA will champion itself as the leader of globalization and free trade. In particular, since the outbreak of the worldwide financial crisis, Asia has served as a major engine for the recovery and growth of the world economy, contributing almost half of ...